# Changing the order of triple summation

1. Jul 9, 2012

### hjcho

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I want to change the order of triple summation. it follows:
$$\sum^N_{k=0} f(k) \sum^k_{n=0}\sum^{N-k}_{m=0} g(k,n)h(k,m)A(n+m)$$

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I need to set the variable x(=n+m) go from 0 to N firstly, and then further go on...
$$\sum^N_{x=0} A(x) \cdots \cdots$$

But, I don't know how.... plz answer this question.
Thank you very much

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2. Jul 9, 2012

### tiny-tim

welcome to pf!

hi hjcho! welcome to pf!
let's write it in ordinary english …

k can be anything (up to N), but n must be less than k, and m+k can be anything (up to N)

ok, so how would we write it if we started with m?

(hmm … are you sure that last N, above the ∑, shouldn't be an n ? )